Great Rock Development Co. GROC
During an uncertain time where others have been reticent to pull their heads out of the sand, we continue to stand and deliver. Jumping off of the page in Friday’s report was GROC which made a few appreciable swings on the day.
Following a solid 46% initial run from the .0085 low up to .0124, the stock came down to bounce off of the .0098 mark, and returned to .0115 (+17%). That preceded one final pullback to .009 before GROC ripped back to .012 (+33%) and brought the stocks cumulative intraday gain total to 96%
We had originally alerted the stock on Wednesday morning, and witnessed a low of .0055. From that mark, we’ve seen an overall move of 125% over a span of just three sessions from GROC.
Global Digital Solutions, Inc. GDSI
Another great call for us was GDSI, which had a heck of a solid session after being mentioned in Friday’s premarket report. We outlined the fact that it had just come off of a new 52-week low and it turned into another successful bottom-play.
From its low of .0016 which it recorded shortly before the lunch hour, the stock ran with strength into the close, ending the session at its high-of-day at .0025. That move was good for intraday gains of up to 56%, so cheers to any of our readers who were able to bag a nice profit.
We’ll have an eye peeled for GDSI again this morning, as is generally the case in a session following such a strong closing performance.
UVXY and VXX Options Recap
Our main point of focus on Friday was using the activity of the overall markets to leverage ourselves some nice opportunities with Weekly VXX $22.50-25.50 Calls and UVXY $48-52.50 Calls.
It wouldn’t have mattered which symbol, or which strike price in our target ranges at which traders chose to execute, because every single contract we specified provided a chance for a windfall.
The biggest gain opportunities in each set were the VXX $24.50′s which exploded on a 900% rip from .05-.50, and the UVXY $51.50′s which traded in a range from .52-2.70 for total possible intraday gains of up to 419%
AEterna Zentaris, Inc. AEZS
It’s been a few months since we last looked at AEZS, and we’re going to place it back on watch to kick off this new trading week, as the stock made an undoubtedly strong move on Friday, and closed at its high of day. That quilifies AEZS as a possible momentum play.
These present the opportunity both to ride any residual momentum, as well as position ourselves to strike on a dip-and-rip scenario, which often show their faces in situations such as this. So we’ll keep our heads on a swivel in monitoring AEZS moving forward.
Plug Power, Inc. PLUG
PLUG is an old-time favorite of ours that has made us enormous gains in the past. It’s been awhile since we lasted touched upon this one, as we were waiting for it to provide a solid signal that it was coming off of yearly lows, and over the past few sessions we’ve begun to see that.
PLUG has registered higher highs and higher lows for the past four consecutive sessions, so we’ll be monitoring the stock this week for continued progress on that front. As you can see on the included chart snapshot below, we have a RSI just cracking above the 50-line showing relative strength, and the MACD is looking quite bullish as well. There is a slight gap to fill on the chart around the 2.00-mark, and the next key resistance we’ll look to be broken will be the 50DMA of 2.13.
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